Mercury New Media thought leaders will be sharing their ideas at this year’s Tampa Code Camp on July 18, 2015. The annual event brings together the Tampa Bay’s best and brightest technology thinkers for the day to share solutions, ideas, insights and other cool things tech. We are particularly excited this year to have Tampa Mayor, Bob Buckhorn, presenting the keynote message.
Mercury New Media team member presentations include the following:
- Developing Microsoft Office Add-ins with Danielle Ferguson
With several of the announcements at Microsoft Build being centered around the ever-expanding Microsoft Office integration options, it is an interesting time to look into what options are available now. Danielle’s session will include a hands-on demo of creating a simple outlook add-in and a high-level discussion of the new features coming soon.
- ASP.NET vNext in Visual Studio 2015 with Graham Morris
Visual Studio 2015 brings a lot of enhancements in the editor, and ships with ASP.NET v5. It comes with a total change in the solution and project structure of web applications. They have also made a lot of changes to the project templates to utilize a whole bag of popular open source technologies like NPM, Grunt and Bower. Join Graham for a first look.
- On The Edge of Microsoft Edge: What to Expect with Microsoft’s Upcoming Windows 10 Browser with Zachary Winnie
Donald Bickel, Partner, Mercury New Media shares, “Tampa Code Camp consistently provides an engaging and collaborative environment for the Tampa Bay development community to share innovative and interesting ideas. It’s been fantastic watching the annual event grow in scale and scope through the years. We are pleased to be part of the conversation and are proud of our team members’ ongoing contributions to the Tampa Bay development community.”
Code Camps exist nationally and allow local or regional development community leaders to come together to share ideas. The Tampa Code Camp is a community event where developers learn from fellow developers. Now in its ninth year, Tampa Code Camp has become the “must attend” event for Tampa Bay professional developers focused on the Microsoft Development Stack. This year’s presentations are divided into the following four topical areas of interest: Cloud, Device, Open Source and Miscellaneous.
Follow the day’s action on Twitter at @MercuryNewMedia / #TampaCC
Date: Saturday, July 18, 2015
Doors Open: 7:30 am
Keynote by Mayor Bob Buckhorn: 8:00 am
Sessions: 9:00-5:30 am
Location: 1001 East Palm Avenue, Tampa FL 33605